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In my experience with learning languages, not only is learning the alphabet really early material, but so is being able to say the name of the letter(al)s. Perhaps you should just mention the rudimentary scheme for that too? Probably at the end of that section. It also will be helpful later on (for prosumti). 42 minutes ago via mobile · Like

Curtis W. Fraŋks When introducing zo «ti» and zo «tu», why not fill in the blank with zo «ta» and give them their first series? (You can also appeal to Spanish for differentiating betwixt these words, since English does not recognize such a distinction but many English speakers are familiar with Spanish, which does.)